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Choose Your Grant!

A limited number of registration, travel and short course grants are available for SETAC Europe student members and emerging country members*.

The funds supporting this grant programme come from a Syngenta Annual Meeting donation and from the SETAC Europe re-investment fund.

Following grants are available at the SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting in Brussels:

Meeting Registration Grants

These free meeting registrations are available for student members and/or LIC/LUMIC members.

Student candidates:

  • Must be a SETAC student member (provide member ID number)
  • Must be living and residing in Europe, Middle East, Russia of Africa
  • Must be presenting a platform or poster presentation in Brussels
  • Must submit a brief CV & motivation letter
  • Must submit a letter of recommendation

Low Income / Low Middle Income (LIC/LUMIC) country candidates:

  • Must be a SETAC member (provide member ID number)
  • Must be living and residing in one of the SETAC Europe administered low or middle income countries (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyz Rep, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Rep of Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Syrian Arab Republic, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Yemen + African countries)*
  • Must be presenting a platform or poster presentation in Brussels
  • Must submit a brief CV & motivation letter
  • Must submit a letter of recommendation

Travel Grants

Up to 250 euro travel support is available for student members and/or LIC/LUMIC members.

These grants are kindly sponsored by Syngenta. 

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Student candidates:

  • Must be a SETAC student member (provide member ID number)
  • Must be living and residing in Europe, Middle East, Russia or Africa
  • Must be presenting a platform or poster presentation in Brussels
  • Must submit a brief CV & motivation letter
  • Must submit a letter of recommendation

Low Income / Low Middle Income (LIC/LUMIC) country candidates:

  • Must be a SETAC member (provide member ID number)
  • Must be living and residing in one of the SETAC Europe administered low or middle income countries (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyz Rep, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Rep of Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Syrian Arab Republic, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Yemen + African countries)*
  • Must be presenting a platform or poster presentation in Brussels
  • Must submit a brief CV & motivation letter
  • Must submit a letter of recommendation

Short Course Grants

These grants are available for student members and/or LIC/LUMIC members.

Student candidates:

  • Must be a SETAC student member (provide member ID number)
  • Must be living and residing in Europe, Middle East, Russia or Africa
  • Must submit a motivation letter
  • Must submit a short recommendation by supervisor
  • Must select a short course

Low Income / Low Middle Income (LIC/LUMIC) country candidates:

  • Must be a SETAC member (provide member ID number)
  • Must be living and residing in one of the SETAC Europe administered low or middle income countries (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyz Rep, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macedonia, Rep of Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Syrian Arab Republic, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Yemen + African countries)*
  • Must submit a brief CV & motivation letter
  • Must select a short course

*LIC (Low Income) or LUMIC (Lower and Upper Middle Income) countries from Europe, Africa, Russia and the Middle East, as listed by the World Bank.

Interested?

Please complete the grant application form and return it to SETACby 20 February 2017.

Based on the applicants candidatures (abstract, CV, motivation and recommendation letters), the SETAC Europe Awards Committee will decide on the distribution of the available grants.